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Ivan Camilleri

  • PM accepts Henley & Partners advice to ­sell more passports

    PM accepts Henley & Partners advice to ­sell more passports

    The government has given in to pressure by Henley & Partners and accepted lifting the 1,800 passport sales cap negotiated with the European Commission on the sale of Maltese passports. Sources close to Identity Malta confirmed to the Times of...

  • Watch: Imagine what Mintoff would have done, Busuttil tells Cospicua audience

    Watch: Imagine what Mintoff would have done, Busuttil tells Cospicua audience

    Updated 9.36pm - Added video Nationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil took his rallying cry of choosing Malta over Joseph Muscat to the heart of the Labour Party in Cospicua this evening. In a charged speech on the site of the former Dock 1 at the...

  • Malta needs to restore its reputation - MEA

    Malta needs to restore its reputation - MEA

    The employers' association today said that there is an urgent need for Malta to get back its reputation, as negative perceptions are hurting the local economy. Presenting a memorandum to political parties, MEA director-general Joe Farrugia said...

  • No partners on Air Malta’s horizon

    No partners on Air Malta’s horizon

    Senior government and Air Malta officials have expressed surprise at comments by the Prime Minister that the government is expecting good news on the future of the national airline. Senior Air Malta officials, including members of the board, told...

  • €600,000 in Pilatus account soon after alleged kickbacks

    €600,000 in Pilatus account soon after  alleged kickbacks

    The bank account from which OPM chief of staff Keith Schembri is suspected to have been paid €100,000 in kickbacks received two more “suspicious” transfers totalling €583,000 shortly after those first transactions, The Sunday Times of Malta can...

  • No tenders for fast-track Buġibba resurfacing project

    No tenders for fast-track Buġibba resurfacing project

    No call for tenders was issued for a €3.5 million resurfacing project in Buġibba, the Times of Malta is informed. Direct orders were instead given to various road contractors within the framework of a system usually resorted to for small emergency...

  • Football clubs in Konrad Mizzi’s district get financial sponsorships

    Football clubs in Konrad Mizzi’s district get financial sponsorships

    Minister within the Office of the Prime Minister Konrad Mizzi is "investing" heavily in his constituency, with the latest scheme rolled out by his office through public funds being the sponsorship of local football clubs. Times of Malta is...

  • Cardona’s chief of staff in trouble again

    Cardona’s chief of staff in trouble again

    Economy Minister Chris Cardona’s chief of staff was involved in an altercation with the police on May 1 after he was prevented from accessing a restricted zone during Labour’s mass meeting in Valletta. Labour Party sources present at the scene...

  • UK insurance giant Hiscox snubs Malta for Luxembourg

    UK insurance giant Hiscox snubs Malta for Luxembourg

    Prospects that Malta’s lucrative financial industry would benefit from Brexit continued to dampen yesterday as worldwide UK insurer Hiscox announced it will not continue with talks to relocate to Malta as it has decided to move to...

  • Watch: “Stop embarrassing Malta and face MEPs” Busuttil tells PM

    Watch: “Stop embarrassing Malta and face MEPs” Busuttil tells PM

    PN leader Simon Busuttil this evening urged Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to stop embarrassing Malta and further harming its reputation abroad. Addressing a campaign activity in Labour’s stronghold of Zejtun, the PN leader referred to the second...